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Post-16 Events

The Outreach and Widening Participation Team at Warwick offers a variety of activities to Sixth Form students from half-day workshops to revision bootcamps.

All of our activities are delivered on campus by our team and our academics.

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Student Funding

The Student Funding Outreach team is here to provide support to students, parents/carers and schools/colleges around fees, funding and budgeting at university.

There are a variety of workshops and presentations that are available which are delivered in school and offer impartial information, advice and guidance, enabling learners to make informed decisions as they decide on their next steps to accessing Higher Education.

An example of the type of activities offered are available on the funding website or they can work with you to tailor something to meet your needs.

Current Warwick Students

As Current Students we have many opportunities for you to get involved in working on campus.

Whether you wish to support work at Open Days, School Visits or Mentoring, there is a great variety of paid opportunities available for you.

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Schools Warwick Visits

Warwick Visits are the ideal way to visit campus if you aren't able to attend one of our University Open Days. The events take place between 1.30pm-4.00pm on a Wednesday and 10.30am-1.00pm on a Saturday. The events are hosted in the Maths & Statistics Building.


The University of Warwick Library offers school and college students a taste of university-level study with a range of introductory tours* and research sessions*. We hope that a visit to our Library’s first-class resources and innovative work spaces will inspire those who may not have considered going to university, offering the chance to ask questions and try out the university research experience.

A visit to the Library can include:
• A tour of the Library
• Training sessions on searching the Library resources and good research practice
• Support for coursework and projects such as the Extended Project Qualification, including subject-specific training sessions – we specialise in STEMM subject sessions
• Time for independent study, with reference access to our print resources
• Pre-arranged use of unique archival materials from the Modern Records Centre
• A tour of the Modern Records Centre and training session on using archives
*Available from Nov 2014

To book a visit to the Library please go to the library web pages.

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IGGY is a global, educational social network for gifted and talented young people aged 13 to 18. It is a place for the brightest minds to interact within a friendly, proactive support network where they are given challenges they might be missing out on in traditional education.

As part of a thriving online community, members can access a broad range of distinctive academic stimulus materials that bring a new dimension to their learning and way of thinking.

IGGY also provides academic coaching by mentors who are exceptional postgraduate students, as well as access to academics and resources, going beyond the curriculum stretching students in Maths, English, Science, History & Politics and developing life skills.

“IGGY has given students something that they can do in their own home that’s of interest to them and that can extend their learning in a personal way... ultimately we want to encourage them to be independent learners and students that enjoy learning – I think this is a really great tool for that... students love it.”

To register your interest in joining then please visit the schools pages on the IGGY site.